|Byzantine Rite Easter Liturgy|
Byzantine Rite Easter Divine Liturgy (1977) from St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church in Cleveland, Ohio. Selections from the Easter Liturgy sung primarily in English. Celebrant was Msgr. Bodnar. Responses are sung by St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Choir, Nicholas Kalvin, Director.
Keywords: Divine Liturgy; Byzantine Catholic; Greek Catholic; Ruthenian Catholic; Eastern Catholic; Orthodox; Easter; Pascha; Uniate; Prostopinije; Rusin; Rusyn; Carpatho-Russian; Carpatho-Rusin
|History Of The Greek Rite Catholics By John Slivka - John Slivka|
"The History of the Greek Rite Catholics in Pannonia, Hungary, Czechoslovakia and Podkarpatska Rus' 863-1949" by John Slivka. Details religious and political history of the Rusin (Rusyns) or Ruthenian Catholics (Eastern Rite Catholic in union with the Pope of Rome). The Ruthenian Eastern Rite Catholics established communion with the Pope and separated from Eastern Orthodoxy but retained many of the traditions of the Orthodox Church...
Keywords: Rusin; Rusyn; Ruthenian; Greek Rite; Eastern Catholic; Byzantine Catholic; Orthodox; Hungary; Czechoslovakia; Uniate; Eastern Orthodox; Latin Rite; Latin Church
|Ea Semper 1907 - Pope Pius X|
"Ea Semper," File in 3 parts: 1) Full Latin text, 2) Background & Commentary, 3) Reaction by the first Eastern Catholic Bishop in the US: Bishop Soter Ortynsky. Background information from Wikipedia: Ea Semper was an apostolic letter written by Pope Pius X in September 1907 that dealt with the governance of the Eastern Catholics in the United States. It dealt with the appointment of Stephen Soter Ortynsky as the first bishop of the Ruthenian Catholics in the United States, together with papal in...
Keywords: Ea Semper; Cum Data Fuerit; Uniate; Eastern Catholic; Byzantine Catholic; Rusin; Rusyn; Ukrainian Catholic; Orthodox; Married Priests; Celibacy; Roman Catholic; Catholic
|Historical Mirror Greek Rite Catholics 1884-1963 - John Slivka|
Historical Mirror: Sources of the Rusin and Hungarian Greek Rite Catholics in the United States of America 1884-1963 by Fr. John Slivka. A compendium of historical documents and some pictures relating to the establishment of the Ruthenian Byzantine Catholic Church (an Eastern Catholic Church in union with the Pope of Rome) in the USA. Records reaction to the papal decrees Ea Semper (1907) and Cum Data Fuerit (1929) which imposed priestly celibacy on the Ruthenian Church in the USA and led to def...
Keywords: Byzantine Catholic; Ruthenian; Greek Catholic; Rusin; Rusyn; Uniate; Ukrainian Greek Catholic; Ea Semper; Cum Data Fuerit; Eastern Catholic; Married Priests; Priestly Celibacy; Eastern Congregation; Eastern Rite; American Carpatho-Russian Orthodox Diocese; Orthodox; Orthodoxy; Alexius Toth; Russian Orthodox; Alexis Toth; Oriental Congregation; Union of Uzhorod; Union of Brest